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New MVNO Hello Mobile Running BOGO Offer

Back in April, Q-Link Mobile re-branded itself into a new MVNO called Hello Mobile. The MVNO operates under Sprint and T-Mobile's networks and has a selection of phone plans available.

Best MVNO recently spoke with the company CEO, Issa Asad, to clear some of the questions that customers had on the MVNO's network. And according to the article, customers are unable to choose the network they wish to use upon signup. Hello Mobile automatically does this to them depending on their geographic location.

If they are in an area with good Sprint coverage, they will be given Sprint-compatible devices to choose from. But if the area does not have good Sprint coverage, the option presented will be T-Mobile-compatible devices.

After picking out a smartphone, customers will have to choose among the many phone plans offered by Hello Mobile:

  • $5 per month plan - includes 500 minutes, 500MB of data
  • $10 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 1GB high-speed data
  • $15 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 2GB high-speed data 
  • $17.50 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 3GB high-speed data
  • $20 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and 5GB high-speed data
  • $25 per month plan - includes unlimited talk, text, and unlimited data with first 15GB at LTE data speeds

Mobile hotspot is not allowed or supported.

As part of its launch, Hello Mobile is currently offering the $10, $15, and $25 per month plans as a Buy One Get One (BOGO) promotion. If you are a new customer, you can a second month for free when you sign up for service.

You can read more about the report here.

Source: Best MVNO


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  1. Pretty bad reviews on this company. Not worth the hassle

    1. Where are the reviews, if new? $55 for 3 unlimited 15gb lines looks to be a steal.

  2. https://www.bbb.org/us/fl/dania-beach/profile/mobile-phone-service/hello-mobile-telecom-llc-0633-90432513

  3. There is some some discussion on Reddit and Howard's Forum.

  4. I had spoken to different reps and get different responses to the same question.Last that I was told is that their SIM is a "dual SIM" that prioritizes itself on the Sprint network first and when the service is poor it automatically changes over to T-mobile. Anyone ever hear about such a SIM????????

    1. Google Fi?
      But it is not simply just the SIM.

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